A skill that will support work with children is behaviour management. It is necessary for working with children as it is important for lessons to happen as planned. It will easier for one to know how to manage difficulties or problems as it will provide more time to children's learning. for example, control the momentum of lessons. As pupils may lose interest in lessons, it may cause problem for forthcoming activities you may break down activities that need doing and explain things rather than children losing interest from learning.
The idea of a predictable and unpredictable life events involves generalisation. For some people issues like divorce or redundancy may be predictable, but other people may not have expected to be divorced or lose their job. Predictable life changes One event that is often predicted is when our children start school/nursery. There will be positive learning from this experience as the child will then learn to socialise with other children and make new friendships with them. The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking.
1. – Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Communicating effectively within the school setting, young people and adults are very important to enable strong relationship to build between children, young people and adults. To developing positive relationships with the children is the main key to a happy and calm environment. Without a positive and supportive attitude there will be no trust and honesty between yourself and the children.
“you don’t mean that” attitude . Listening to children also means that we acknowledge their feelings, and by doing this it helps they feel they are being taken seriously in turn they are helped to confront feelings. Reassuring children as they go through these transitions and telling them that other children may be going through he same thing and have experienced the same feelings. Allowing them to express their feelings of fear or anxiety can help reassure them. Structured approaches There are lots of ways adults can help children and young adults through transitions, the age/stage of the child is an important factor to the professionals, these are usually :- bereavement consolers, play therapists, parents and voluntary organisations.
Play times are a common place where staff encourage young people to understand and respect other peoples feelings and points of view because it is often a place where incidents can occur between children, sometimes misunderstandings and fall-outs can take place where staff have to step in, listen to both sides, and encourage the students to come to a fair agreement, and to also help them understand wrong and right, and the effects they have on
It is important effective communication with adult to be able to build a relationship of trust and understanding. Parents and adult are likely to give beneficial of supporting if the communications is strong and effective and this can be beneficial for the children. Build and establish relationships ,prevent problem,misunderstand ,stay motivate,establish mutual respect are some example. Aim children to learn,have fun ,play and engage. Children will lear and develop when ether is a friendly environment with people they trust.
• Children are less likely to show unwanted behaviour. • Their language develops quickly as they feel confident talking to us. • We can plan more accurately as we understand their development needs and their interests. Here are some factors of how to build and maintain positive relationships with children and young people: • Communicating effectively- The style and way that we communicate may change according to the child’s age and their stage of development. It is not just about words but it is also about our facial expressions, body language and gestures.
Another value of a multi-professional approach is that they can safeguard children when abuse is noticed or suspected, the multi-agency team comes together to take any necessary steps to protect the child and can also support the family. The value of working in a multi-professional approach, when working with parents is by providing and supporting families with what they need. For example if families are living in poor quality and poorly maintained housing which may have damp in, this can cause diseases for instance asthma. This will affect the children’s learning and development as they will be ill or taking time of school. As Maslow’s hierarchy places needs in order which is most important and the first basic physical need is shelter which is priority.
Eve Street CYP core 3.1 5.2 Evaluate the effect on children and young people of having positive relationships during periods of transition. If a child or young person has a strong relationship with someone such as a family member or friend who is supporting them during the transition process it can help the child considerably. If a child has no family member or friend to talk to he or she may feel confused, angry, up-set, overwhelmed or excluded if communication has is not aiding the transition. It is important that a child or young person also forms a strong relationship with someone in the childcare/school setting. This will be a key person who will have a positive relationship with that child providing them with security and emotional
EDU 203 Final Presentation Love and Belonging Needs- Maslow theorizes that people try to overcome feelings of loneliness and isolation by giving and receiving affection, as well as seeking a sense of belonging. * Small children need to feel loved and cared about in an environment that is new to them. Hugs and reassurance that they will be ok will help in their self-esteem in adjusting to their surroundings and people they are with. * Friendships are an important part of a young child’s sense of belonging. Setting up an environment that allows for children to play together will enhance their social skills when they play together with their peers.